Pets not allowed.
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Based on 90 reviews
An excellent hotel on the pilgrim trail
This hotel is just on the pilgrim footpath to Santiago de Compostela. It is towards the end of a long uphill starting in the village. This makes it rather isolated and fortunately the hotel has a full-service restaurant. All the buildings both the new and the old ones is very beautifully built. And the courtyard with its grass is very nice and cosy. The rooms, or rather the bungalows have two rooms and an outdoor sitting group. In the living room there are a kitchenet and table and some chairs that make it possible cook your own food and eat it in comfort. However, that is for guest with a car since there are no grocery nearby. The sleeping room is spacious and interesting in design since the walls are not connected with right angles. There is also a high ceiling above all the free rooms including the bathroom that is really large. It seems to be handicap friendly. The disadvantage is that almost all the floor will be wet after a shower which is a little awkward if you want to use the toilet shortly after. The staff is really nice persons and the do most of the stuff, they are the reception, the bar men and the water in the restaurant in the evening. The dining room there the dinner is served is really nice with al lot of stone flour and walls. However, the dinner is not that tasteful and pretty dull. All in all, this is a really excellent hotel for being on the pilgrim trail in the countryside.
Outstanding Food and Accommodation
My wife and I stayed at this hotel in May whilst walking the Camino. This was our last stop before walking into Santiago and was one of the best elburgees we experienced. Situated right on the Camino trail, this hotel is very attractive when approaching. Mostly made of stone, it has a nice entry. Manu welcomed us and showed us to our room. We were in room M, which is situated on the ground level. The walls were made of exposed stone, and it also had exposed beams on the ceiling. It was very spacious with a couch, wardrobe, table and chair, coffee table, bedside tables and plenty of room. It had bar heating on the wall as well as a large TV on the wall. The bathroom also was large and had exposed rock for the main wall with a very large timber bench too. Very rustic. The grounds to this property are very attractive with lots of grass, seating and ornaments and statues. Manu also doubles as a waiter and server during the day. We had lunch, afternoon coffee and dinner here which were all excellent. Manu was a great host and made us feel very welcome. We had a great nights sleep and the room was very quiet. The bed was comfortable and the wifi was strong and quick. Breakfast the next morning was tostadas and tea, which was nice. Although more expensive across the board, all up and everything factored in, this was probably the nicest accommodation we stayed in along the Camino trail. Would highly recommend staying here.
Stayed here on our last night before entering Santiago
Because we wanted to shorten our walk on the last day of the Camino. A nice place, simple, clean rooms all around a shared yard. The owner was very nice. We arrived at noon, all soaked from rain. After hearing that both of us are vegetarians - he offered us a delicious hot soup, which was amazing. The breakfast was very nice. All in all - very recommanded
Friendly staff and great food
While on the Camino my daughter had foot issues and wanted to take a taxi 10 km prior to this hotel where we booked for the night. Turned out that the bar where we stopped 10 km prior was also owned by the same people and the manager kindly offered my daughter a ride while I walked. Arriving at the place it was 3 minutes before the kitchen closed for siesta but they still offered us a great meal. for dinner we had another great meal and they went out of their way to prepare a tasty vegan meal for my daughter. Thank you. Not crazy cheap but worth it for us . The rooms are basic but clean and on a nice courtyard.
Fabulous stop over!
On an outward trip to England we needed a place to stay to meet friends and as luck would have it, our regular hotels were booked and so we chose Casa de Amancio as a meeting place. It is absolutely fabulous. An old farmhouse sympathetically restored giving guest their own private cabins including mini kitchen and cosy frontage. Spectacularly clean and with everything included to make even an overnight stay memorable. The staff extremely friendly and a welcoming. The only drawback...not needing to stay longer. Will come back and recommend to all my friends. A real jewel!!!!